Screwed Up is a lovestory and a story of not knowing a good thing until it’s gone.
The Transport sector is responsible for more than 70% of all fuel consumption in Québec. By 2015, Québec hopes to reduce its annual fuel consumption by two million gasoline equivalent tonnes (PET), i.e. the same amount consumed by 1.7 million light duty vehicles every year.
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This Kinetic Typography project was created from dialogue from Conan O’Brien’s final episode of The Tonight Show on NBC. In this dialogue he describes his feelings about NBC and the situation at hand. His personality exudes positivity and humor and this dialogue describes his character very well. Even through the hardships of leaving NBC he promotes hard work and kindness.
The concept behind this video is to show Conan O’Brien as a solid wall and a monumental entertainer. Also portrayed is the relationship between old and new. This comparison shows the idea of a span of time. Conan O’Brien is and will continue to be seasoned television entertainer. This concept was achieved by creating a literal wall out of over 60 individual typographic layouts. These layouts reference a variety of vintage type designs. The combination of vintage styled type layouts and the sleek 3d look achieved in Cinema 4D allow the wall to seem both old and new. This contrast emphasizes time and creates a sturdy and timeless object which is the perfect metaphor for Conan O’Brien.
Opening title created for the show MTV Hits for MTV Australia directed by Julien Vallée.